Visible Origami | Everyone we have Ever Loved, we Loved because The Ineffable was in Them.

Dog Poet Transmitting…….
“plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose” as a witty Frenchman once said. The wit of the French is undeniable. Perhaps it’s in the language the way you sometimes hear, “maybe it’s in the water.” It could be in the countryside itself. There are few places on Earth as pretty as the French countryside, especially in the South. It had been my hope to live in Rennes-le-Château which is in Languedoc Province. Yeah, the Knight’s Templar were there and I kept hearing that the kind of thing that later happened to me in Italy would have happened there too, perhaps even more dramatically. This posting isn’t about that though… I’m sure we all look back at times, wistfully… the things that could have been. I’m sure there’s a phrase in French for that too, something like… Le choses qui auraient pu être.
The French language is in use in other lands as well. The motto of the Knight’s of the Garter in England is, “Honi soit qui mal y pense”, which means something like, “evil to him that thinks evil. As is typical with certain long lasting societies, there’s a deal more going on than the surface indicates. One of the Grandmasters of that society was Dr. John Dee. I know Dr. John Dee from my occult studies. He was alleged to have invoked the devil at one point. As usual, there’s more to the story that we know from cursory observation. Once again the reason I suggest that the reader read biographies is the wealth of information that not only reveals the nature of certain characters but crosses over into areas that one wouldn’t imagine were relevant. The real reason I recommend biographies is because the story of their lives leads directly to relying on the ineffable because these biographies give the examples of what happens when you do and when you don’t.

via Visible Origami | Everyone we have Ever Loved, we Loved because The Ineffable was in Them.

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